Educators and psychologists have a lot of attention in his works devoted to parents who beat and torture their children. Not much attention, I believe, deserve, and those of us who feel a strong desire to hit your pet, but restrain yourself. Looking back, I see that in between the "feel" and "do" the parents can take a number of decisions to ensure more appropriate action. We need to understand and address the causes of our aggressive feelings. Fear and anger often causes babies, not older children. This is partly due to the apparent helplessness of the first, but I think the reason lies deeper. Crying baby awakens in us memories of our own childhood. In the most remote corners of our subconscious crying baby awakens the fear that we experienced being abandoned and alone in a frightening unrecognized world in which we did not have any feeling of space and time, nor language, nor the confidence that our needs will be met . If we are aware of these primitive feelings, we will be able to understand baby crying rather than frightened him.